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September 24, 2020
Twins Mwaiduma and Kiiza outside their home in Uganda

In the first of a series of blogs on All We Can’s values, Chief Executive Graeme Hodge talks about love songs and life-changing work. If given the category of love songs and power ballads, most of us on a Zoom quiz would probably do fairly well at naming at least a few songs and their lyrics. […]

September 9, 2020
An community groups meeting

Our nation’s attempts to do right for people facing daily, vicious, poverty around the world, face a new ‘Everest’: coronavirus. This Covid-19-driven change offers a challenge, I think, to all of us who would stand with our poverty-affected global neighbours: before you double your efforts, rethink your route.   The All We Can movement is […]

September 1, 2020
A house destroyed during Hurricane Dorian

One year ago, on 1 September 2019, Hurricane Dorian reached peak intensity over the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas – causing mass devastation, loss of life, and destroying homes and businesses across the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama. It was the most intense tropical cyclone on record to ever strike the Bahamas, left 70 dead […]

August 24, 2020
Nawalat stands by her bicycle in Uganda

So much has changed, hasn’t it? Over the last few months, we have all seen change in many areas of our lives. Much of that change has been difficult – but some of it has also been encouraging and even inspiring as each of us, our communities and our churches have found ways to respond […]

August 13, 2020
Women tend to crops in climate-affected parts of rural Malawi.

Climate change poses enormous challenges to people across the globe – and often, vulnerable and marginalised communities, like those that All We Can serves, bear the brunt of this impact. We must act now to help coming generations enjoy a future where every person’s potential can be fulfilled. All We Can is working with the […]

August 6, 2020
Nawalat

Do you have any treasured memories, featuring a bicycle? Perhaps you enjoyed helping your child to take their first, wobbly bike ride with the stabilisers off. Perhaps you love the thrill of watching bicycles whizz round the velodrome when catching the Olympics on TV. Or perhaps you’re a keen cyclist yourself, and know with great […]

July 17, 2020

One of the strange things about my role within the All We Can movement – helping to create worship resources for churches and people on a journey of faith – is that we are often thinking (at least) six months ahead of ourselves. So here I am, in the middle of July, thinking about Christmas. […]

July 14, 2020
Glorious washes her hands using a tippy tap in Zimbabwe

Handwashing, social distancing and regular updates have become a part of our everyday lives here in the UK. At the time of writing, Zimbabwe has 885 confirmed cases and 9 deaths from coronavirus. While these numbers seem low, the things we take for granted in our attempts to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the […]

July 2, 2020
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Across the globe, we have seen the incredible courage and bravery of medical professionals, as they have stood on the frontline of work to halt the spread of coronavirus. All We Can, together with the Methodist Church in Britain, have been helping support the work of Eglise Methodiste d’ Haiti (the Methodist Church in Haiti) […]

June 24, 2020
Biruk, a disabled student in Ethiopia, receives emergency food supplies.

If you’d asked me as I sipped hot chocolate with my family at Christmas, how I would be spending the majority of 2020, living in lockdown during a global pandemic would’ve been the last thing on my mind. As some parts of the world begin trying to recover from the feeling of having the rug […]

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